Tambaram Lalitha

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Tambaram Lalitha (also known as Thambaram Lalitha, Tambaram N. Lalitha) was an Indian stage and film actress who acted in about 100 films as heroine and in supporting roles.


She died in 1983.

Partial filmography

  1. Town Bus (1955) [1]
  2. Kokilavani (1956)
  3. Paditha Penn (1956)
  4. Amudhavalli (1959)
  5. Bhaaga Pirivinai (1959) as Amutha [2] [3]
  6. Mamiyar Mechina Marumagal (1959) [4]
  7. Orey Vazhi (1959) [5]
  8. Sahodhari (1959) as Thangam [6]
  9. Sivagangai Seemai (1959) [7]
  10. Thalai Koduthaan Thambi (1959) as Princess [8]
  11. Veerapandiya Kattabomman (1959) as Valli
  12. Aalukkoru Veedu (1960) [9]
  13. Chavukkadi Chandrakantha (1960)
  14. Deivapiravi (1960) as Nandhini
  15. Meenda Sorgam (1960) as Prabha Hero's wife who commits suicide later [10]
  16. Thilakam (1960) [11]
  17. Kappalottiya Thamizhan (1961)
  18. Kongunattu Thangam (1961)
  19. Vazhikatti (1965)
  20. Neelagiri Express (1968) as Geetha's mother
  21. Aayiram Poi (1969) as Kalyani
  22. Ponnu Mappillai (1969)
  23. Karundhel Kannayiram (1972)
  24. Manjal Kungumam (1973)
  25. Andharangam (1975)
  26. Shri Kanchi Kamakshi (1978) as Kali
  27. Gnana Kuzhandhai (1979) as Sivanesan's Wife
  28. Pasi (1979) as Valliamma [12]

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